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we never had treatments before. those is where the pharmaceuticalps will put all their energy. they will come to specialty drugs that target very specific diseases. a very different world coming for our health care. melissa: interesting. thanks for coming on tonight. >> okay. my pleasure. melissa: up next a controversyal new report says living in an energy efficient home makes you less likely to default on your mortgage. do you believe that? we've got two experts here to debate if that connection is true. plus, why california is turning a blind eye to 50 billion barrels of oil and three million jobs. stay right where you are. "piles of money" straight ahead. ♪ . i'm a conservative investor. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine ouof ten large professional investors chse ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which incdes investment objectives, risks, charge
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on the president's $2 billion bright idea in green energy@@ @ @ @ ♪ lou: president obama making a left turn on energy, playing back to his environmental base of delaying decisions on the keystone xl pipeline. the american petroleum institute joins us with industry reaction in just a moment. consumer confidence slipping unexpectedly in march. the dow record-setting run in the at eight sessions. the market putting to rest a tense session when streak as well today. the dow down a modest 25 points, as an pylos two and a half, still within five points of its all-time high. there is always next week. the nasdaq down ten points. 5 billion shares traded on the big board. the heaviest trading day of the year so far for the week. the major market indexes are all higher. the dow leading the way. in the bond market, rates slipping. the ten year treasury ending the week up to even. gold and crude finishing the we got hired. crude oil up to 77 of the past two weeks, now 9345 per barrel. in the former j.p. morgan chase executives in charge of the unit responsible for the london will operation and $6 billi
get the bomb. why have we not tried? why are we not developing our own energy resources so that then the iranian energy resources are far less important ? lou: even with energy independence on our horizon, with an access. we will see over the course of the next year the united states oil production reached the same level as import. the milestone. by 2022 it will be energy independent. as you suggest, a program could achieve that reality much sooner . you're really saying the president obama's wasted the last four years? >> you betty has. there have been some things they have done ight. the cyber attacks have been great, but the real problem is for the last hundred years the world has gone to war over access to energy. we have now been given the energy of a dream of a lifetime. we have energy independence within our grasp. oil, natural gas. then what happens? we don't need to be in the middle of every civil war because they have their own energy. lou: we have not address the energy -- issue central to our foreign policy go about -- over last two decades, and it's about damn
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agree with you, stuart. fantastic ideas, he's got energy and brings his neuro surgical background to the political table so people say what's that got to do with it, i don't know, the committee organizing has to do with politician, there's no political background, but the guy is refreshing, he's smart, he sees it and he speaks what most conservatives want to hear, that it's about smaller government not bigger government. it's about taxes not having to go up to do the same thing. think about this, this whole sequester joke, you know, the pr messaging thing that they put out here that was going to be so bad is failing on them. and the white house is trying to backtrack on all the pr they put out how bad sequestration was going to be. the reality sequestration only brings us back to where we were in 2012 and 2011 and even when you account for increase in medicare and medicaid spending. it really wasn't what they told us. stuart: you know, dr. carson is using pretty tough language and saying that the president is ruining the country. he uses that word, ruining. now he delivers it in a
energy companies moving in, you think, eventually, elliot, that makes this a bullish contract and play. there's plenty gas across the country, we produce it, but when you have players in the nat gas field, pun intended, that's when this goes up. >> oh, i agree completely. we need more uses for natural gas, end of the winter heating subpoena, coming into the summer, natural gas is not used. they use it to heat the pools, i suppose, but long term, people, the smallest vehicle you drive is a pickup truck powered by natural gas. if truckers and people use it as alternative fuel, then, yes, rally is inevident l because people come to the party, and, yeah, everybody buys, absolutely. cheryl: gentlemen, thank you for the floor show. good to see all ttree of you, appreciate it. >> thank you. cheryl: the markets, dow down 41 points. now, for the second day in the row the issue is cypress, worry about the mediterranean island we don't talk about; right? is it the beginning of a correction on the domestic front? what's that mean to u.s. investors? the next guest says it's another chance to buy in
'm a shareholder in the company. so i want you to know that. but clean energy fuels and they have done a tremendous job. ey will have i conjunction with pilot flying j, who are the biggt truck stop operators in the united states, they will have 150 stations on the interstate by the end of this year. so, it's happening and the chinese are seeing opportunity so they're going to try to move in on it. melissa: it is definitely happening. i look at like nearly half of all the garbage troubles operate here in the u.s. run on natural gas. we areeeing a lot of fleets transferred over because of carbon emissions. especially because of the fracking boom, we are seeing so much natural gas out there. let me ask you, are you making money on this so far? i mean has it reached critical mass to the point where it is returning profits to you? >> you aren't at the level where you're making a lot of money, but for instance, clean energy fuels, they have plowed everything back into the infrastructure. so, yes, if they stopped building, they would immediately start making money but, otherwise they are putting it back i
of energy conclude we can safely export natural gas, this is not even about a trade off between the economy and the environment. we can do these projects, prevents these projects will stop a lot of jobs from being created, it is not going to make a development in global emissions. it making no sense to me and the economy. neil: malia. >> i just quickly top say, i understand how we like to take things and combine themm but, i do not think that the only reason why keystone project is not happening is because, barack obama asked his agency this question, to get back to original topic, what i think is really important for us to look forward and you know neil, i don't think that anyone would disagree with you that jobs are important, the problem with laser beam focus you have a society and a lot of things that need to be focused on, laser beaming becomes narrowing, i don't think that is how we' our president or anyone in congress to just have like this one bullet silver bullet solution on what will save the u.s., that is not only thing that u.s. nee right now, we not only have a jobs problem. ne
've got one we really need. >> absolutely. >> does the american action forum say anything on energy policy? we've had somebody on our program yesterday use today run shell oil. he says, look, if we get out there and get the energy that is ours, underneath our territory, you could set off a boom. he mentioned 7% growth. >> yes. >> to the american action forum say anything about that? >> we certainly look at the huge amount of regulations that have piled up on top of the energy industry the past couple of years and i think if you can alleviate a lot of that regulatory burden and let the private sector in energy grow and thrive, let us become more energy independent you're certainly going to see growth. >> the big problem is, i agree with your entire philosophy, but it lost the last election, or did it? i mean, what lost the last election? that's a good question. i hope you can come back and see us, appreciate you being here. >> thank you very much. stuart: let's see it's now 9:47, almost 48. the gold report we're above $1,600 per ounce, down just a fraction today. how about this? minimum wag
energy names. those names are red today. nicole? >> i'm going to show you the energy index, down there while gold, for example, is higher. mostly going to gring you to transocean to show you that it's one of the losers here, and we've seen all of these energy names with down arrows, but we're walking here to transocean, which, right now, is down 1.8%. you can see it there. that's certainly one of the laggards. we are seeing energy names under pressure, and a lot of the other names, devon, exxon, and they are lower. what's interesting about transocean, in particular, you may remember the chief executive of the company that owned the drilling rig that exploded in the gulf of mexico back in 2010 says the employees, quote, should have done more to avert that disaster, and don't forget, it killed 11 workers and caused the in this nation's worst offsl spill. the energy names are hurt today. back to you. >> nicole, thank you. ♪ day two of the series "tax pain" focusing on the buffet rule, the 30% minimum tax rate on growth adjusted income over a million dollars, less charitable contri
like the energy sector but like to play it defensively also. we like mlp and energy income fund. we're still in emerging markets. we want to be more conservative. we like the matthews asia growth and income fund. we're defensive but doing it more --. david: curious about starbucks, how much further do you think starbucks has to go in this market? >> they have to go a long way. they're first getting in china. they're getting in retail. they're selling their own coffee makers and competing with the k cups. they have lots of room to grow. fine management. they will do fine. david: gentlemen, food to see you. thanks very much. good stuff. liz: thanks, guys. cyprus, we have to attack this in a deeper way. they may have reached a last minute deal to secure much-needed bailout funds but seems as though the damage is done as fears of contagion now spread. maybe italy as well? we're live. david: also could the turmoil in europe actually be good for the united states and our markets? we have someone who says yes, and it could push us straight through to dow 16,000. jeremy siegel is a professo
and telecom were the top performing sectors while energy and consumer discretionary leg. gold settled higher for the fourth day in a row closing of the highest level so far this month rising .4% to end a. housing starts climbed last month as they are beating rising demand. new construction rose .8% from a month ago to an annualized rate of 917,000. lauren: we have larry in the pits of the cme and our market panel with managing partner there, and the founder and president, let's start with larry at the cme, this is a headline driven market, some people are saying cyprus with a teacup. and the meeting tomorrow, how do you put this all together? the market was obviously confused. larry: this is the bottom line, a ton of chatter, very little real news right now. the market had been in a stalemate for quite a while. some macro headlines coming through europe the last couple of weeks. we had italy and the unknowns there. i think the issue is much bigger than that. david: we have adobe earnings after hours, what are the numbers? >> it is a beat. $0.35 on revenue of $1.01 billion, expecting 986.04 m
into the red but closed the week higher. prices rose more than 1% a week after the energy information administration reported a smaller than expected decline in last week's u.s. inventories. >>> oil pushing higher today to post its third weekly gain in a row. crude ending the trading day up 1.4% at $93.71 a barrel. shibani: we'll tackle these markets now. we have tim mulholland in the pits of the cme. after acampora, at altera wealth management. jim dunn began of pnc wealth management vice president. let he is start with tim. cyprus was the word of the day today. how did it fare down in the pits of the cme and what are you preparing for later on in the weekend? into when you came in you saw italian bond, spanish bonds, yields declining. that indicated optimism there would be some agreement. 11th hour agreement on monday. despite the markets take more of a sort of a yawn with cyprus as opposed what we saw with greece and last year with the concerns of spain and italy. if it were spain and italy it would be a little different. the market has some optimism as you can tell you about the p
it in five years. rand paul's budget. very quickly, the names of those departments. education and energy, about 73,000 federal employees. >> i think that his budget is reckless and irresponsible. it has no chance of passage. >> i think it is a very good plan. >> i would like to add six federal agencies. >> we have commerce -- books -- energy, hard. [laughter] >> he is just doing a rick perry impression for us to bring back a moment of nostalgia. the a-team is going to be right back with us. more with the a-team leader later in the broadcast. up next, governor cuomo running a helping hand to hollywood. the governor is learning why you don't mess with gun control. not even in new york state. that is coming up next. and liberal activists preventing drivers license from being issued. we are on the case ♪ [ male announcer ] how could a luminous protein in jellyfish, impact life expectancy in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds be
. rand pa's budget. very quickly, the names of those departments. education and energy, about 73,000 federal employees. >> i think that his budget is reckless and irresponsible. it has no chance of passage. >> i think it is a very good plan. >> i would like to add six federal agencies. >> we have commerce -- books -- energy, hard. [laughter] >> he is just doing a rick perry impression for us to bring back a moment of nostalgia. the a-team is going to be right back with us. more with the a-team leader later in the broadcast. up next, governor cuomo running a helping hand to hollywood. the governor is learning why you don't mess with gun control. not even in new york state. that is coming up next. that is coming up next. andliberal activists preventing today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on site, attention on site. now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of ame
. education and energy, about 73,000 federal employees. >> i think that his budget is reckless and irresponsible. it has no chance of passage. >> i think it is a very good plan. >> i would like to add six federal agencies. >> we have commerce -- books -- energy, hard. [laughter] >> he is just doing a rick perry impression for us to bring back a moment of nostalgia. the a-team is going to be right back with us. more with the a-team leader later in the broadcast. up next, governor cuomo running a helping hand to hollywood. the governor is learning why you don't mess with gun control. not even in new york state. that is coming up next. and liberal activists preventing thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences belo.. to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. lou: new york's governor is
of those departments. education and energy, about 73,000 federal employees. >> i think that his budget is reckless and irresponsible. it has no chance of passage. >> i think it is a very good plan. >> i would like to add six federal agencies. >> we have commerce -- books -- energy, hard. [laughter] >> he is just doing a rick perry impression for us to bring back a moment of nostalgia. the a-team is going to be right back with us. more with the a-team leader later in the broadcast. up next, governor cuomo running a helping hand to hollywood. the governor is learning why you don't mess with gun control. not even in new york state. that is coming up next. and liberal activists preventing hey, buddy? oh, hey, flo. you want to see something cool? snapshot, from progressive. my insurance company told me not to talk to people like you. you always do what they tell you? no... try it, and see what your good driving can save you. you don't even have to switch. unless you're scared. i'm not scared, it's... you know we can still see you. no, you can't. pretty sure we can... try snapshot today -- n
departments. education and energy, about 73,000 federal employees. >> i think that his budget is reckless and irresponsible. it has no chance of passage. >> i think it is a very good plan. >> i would like to add six federal agencies. >> we have commerce -- books -- energy, hard. [laughter] >> he is just doing a rick perry impression for us to bring back a moment of nostalgia. the a-team is going to be right back with us. more with the a-team leader later in the broadcast. up next, governor cuomo running a helping hand to hollywood. the governor is learning why you don't mess with gun control. not even in new york state. that is coming up next. that is coming up next. and liberal activists preventing before copd... i took my son fishing every year. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making itard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing betr.
paul's budget. very quickly, the names of those departments. education and energy, about 73,000 federal employees. >> i think that his budget is reckless and irresponsible. it has no chance of passage. >> i think it is a very good plan. >> i would like to add six federal agencies. >> we have commerce -- books -- energy, hard. [laughter] >> he is just doing a rick perry impression for us to bring back a moment of nostalgia. the a-team is going to be right back with us. more with the a-team leader later in the broadcast. up next, governor cuomo running a helping hand to hollywood. the governor is learning why you don't mess wh gun control. not even in new york state. that is coming up next. that is coming up next. and liberal activists preventing all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. st seven point two one two. rify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. ♪ [
will have oracle. connell: this company received nearly $200 million loan from the energy department hasn't provided any jobs yet and now laying off workers, so dan springer will come on and tell us what the latest is. dagen: here in the studio, mark burnett fro, executive pror of the hit miniseries "the bible." we will talk to him about satan, any resemblance to the president of the united states. we'll talk about world currencies and how they're holding up against the dollar today. i'm a conservative investor. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn you
politics with the eu, and there again, there's an energy issue that russians are trying to use some gazprom, the big russian company in there to take control of those fields. and to start developing it. if they do, they've locked up another energy source that the eu has been key to get a hold of to get away from russian dependence on energy. stuart: for the moment it it looks like angela merkel has won. because the cypriot finance minister left moscow, he did not get a gas for cash deal. so, the russians are the not on those gas fields. they don't have the drilling rights so it looks to me at this moment that angela has won hands down. so my question is, what are the russians going to do now? >> well, i think the russians probably understood that this was a short-term play in a sense. they're playing this for the long-term and i think what they were doing is holding out the potential of rewriting some debt that cyprus is currently under with the russians. i think they were holding that out there as sort of a dangle, now, in terms of the gas play that we're looking at and i think, also, part
our lawmakers have in d.c. look, we have no energy plan. our education system drops in world rankings, we have no jobs plan. we have no plan. we don't even have a budget and yet, these guys are still filling things with pork to get reelected. if you're in private practice and you take money supposed to go to some project and you build a fence around your house, whether that fence is good, makes your house look better and whether your neighbors like it, it's stealing and that's exactly what these guys are doing, it's called pork and it's stealing and shows the character of our congress and it shows why our country is so screwed up. >> brenda: well, gary b, what about digging private wealth for private property owners? what's going on? >> well, i tell you what, brenda, on the one hand we have 85% of americans think there should be a balanced budget. it is in ourlood. i mean, every household tries to balance their budget and some do it better than others and it's certainly a goal and on everyone's mind. i disagree with john with one thing. the he's kind of implying it's the fault of the
is the best way to make money off of it so you can hedge a higher energy bill for yourself, what stocks do you like? >> there are several ways to play it. companies that have not been able to break out, transcanada comes to mind. a division where lng is a big part of this equation. this could be huge exports for the u.s. if they could find a way to make it affordable and build more ships and terminals. of course there is the etf, people can look at that and primarily what we do is we trade options on futures and futures on the natural gas as well. for those who can handle a little bit more speculation. melissa: thank you for coming on. a lot of people talking about it and really agreeing with you, thank you for coming on to explain your theory and how to make money off of it. >> thank you, melissa. melissa: the cyprus helped to surge a selloff in the oil futures but eventually muscled its way back up $0.29. oil has climbed for seven of the past eight sessions. venezuelan opposition presidential candidate says he will and oil to cuba if elected. venezuela had given about 100,000 girls of crude
of the day though. you look at data out of the energy information agency saying for first time since 1995we're producing more oil in this country than we're importing and we are continuing on this path because of recent technology that we're finally producing more than we're bringing in. maybe we become less dependent on this region for oil. does that mean in your opinion our policy, our buness in the region in terms of stablizing it, o responsibility, does it change? >> well it could well. i would add natural gas production although it would be largely used in the western hemisphere because oil is a global market and if we're producing more not only for our own consumption here but to be able to tell so friends and allies being less depend enon oil pumped from states that don't have our best interests at heart that will not only have a significant economic impact, it will have a geostrategic impact as well. all to the good from the perspective of the united states and its friends. melissa: ambassador bolton, thanks so much for coming on. >> great to with be with you. melissa: next on "mone
, one of the biggest factors when it comes to putting energy in our car. instead of more taxes and more taxes, w not try a tiny bit of freedom and privatize some of the roads. it's done all over europe. that way the costs are borne by the people who use the facility, not sent to washington to hand out to their constituents. >> what do you think, wayne? >> i think it's a great idea. i'm not against this tax. i think a 1-cent tax that actually goes into a highway trust fund, the key word is trust, so it won't get you know, watered out some where. >> the highway trt fund is going broke in two years. you want to keep feeding that beast? >> no. january a than, if you run it on a budget it won't be. i said i'm for it if it's a trust fund meaning there is a budget. >> let me -- >> let me finish. let me make a point about defazio. he raised this in conjunction with job creation. it has nothing to do with job creation. if he wants to talk about job creation talk about that but don't talk about a tax on highways as part of a job creation bill. that's dumb. >> let's bring to the table, tracy. >> y
for growth which sound very grand indeed. what are those catalysts? >> look, energy, first off. energy with, you've heard about the fracking but further into that, i think that the trade deficit for the u.s., two to three years from now is going to go from deficit to surplus. we haven't had a surplus since 1975. secondly, global trade, global trade is actually very good for the u.s. because it grows the global economy. for instance, there's a new panama canal that is going to really bowler is it the south belt trade from china to other emerging markets. technology is always, we're looking in the technology, there is something called big beta. this is taking technology from cost controls to revenue enhancement. we coined our own pivot. per re, indsmeesh that, vietnam, oman and turkey. tracy: what worries you the most right now? >> europe. i'm very concerned that cyprus is not by itself a big deal but they keep changing the rules of the game and the financial system is very precarious right now in europe. the u.s. is fine. and i'm just wondering how long can europe, we're in the third, they'r
. they could be a energy superpower if they got their act together and russia certainly wants a piece of that action. melissa: yeah. steve, as i watch the story, should we say to our elves, hey, russia has 50 billion in deposits there. they should be the ones bailing them out. they get all the advantage of cyprus. they should put their money where their mouth is? or should we say the opposite, it is dangerous they have this relationship in this strong hold and their hooks there and have a military presence there? should we use this as opportunity to brick them up from cyprus? what do you think is the right way to look at it? >> i don't think the united states should be involved virtually at all. this is matter for europe. the real question it will be russia or whether the e.u. by the way the e.u. should have bigger national security concerns than we do whether russia gets a foothold in cyprus. my attitude, melissa, the united states should sit back and watch this play out. i wouldn't be surprised --, look the europeans have a lot more to lose, if cyprus goes under that risks a contami
about cyprus. when you look for a safe haven commodity on the energy complex, worried about a slowing economy in europe, oil will crash. usually natural gas gets the benefit because it's like a safe haven. on top of that, when you look at the natural gas market, power generators have gone to gas. they're not going back to coal, at least not for this year. why should they? they're going to get a lot of trouble from the e.p.a. so they're going to stick with gas towards the end of the year. other thing when we talk about natural gas, everybody is going to natural gas. this could be the beginning of a major long term move and that is why the hedge funds are jumping in, in a big way. this could be a long-term position and gas, one that we really like and one that they're adding on to today. 17 month high. back to you. cheryl: and one that big energy companies throughout this country like a lot as well. thank you very much. time to make man. looking at stocks. i follow this company. >> you love this company. cheryl: i do. it's a great company. >> they're hiring people. >> they're hiring peo
that that will be good for those that are the beneficiaries. in addition to that, the north american energy renaissance is a secular thing that we are very bullish on. many are well-positioned to take advantage of this exposure. >> the other one is technology. let's talk about technology and we were having a conversation about this. you like that company, and what about microsoft? >> well, microsoft is cheap among that. we are talking about a company that is something that has a decent dividend yield. technology is going to be right in the way, being able to reinvest in productivity, which they haven't done in a large way in a very long time. >> i want to leave you with the3 stocks you don't like. consumer staples looking at some of the performance of the s&p. the best performing group this week, you don't like them. why is that? >> comer companies like procter & gamble. terrific companies that are trading at 17 to 19 times multiple. and the valuation expansion is unlikely. connell: think you so much, chief investment strategy. thank you, mark. >> thank you. connell: just under six minutes before the
to a two-year low. operators are coming back on great operations. reportedly due to rising u.s. energy supplies and russia will more than triple exports o china to a million barrels of crude a day. coming up, forget jimmy fallon. nothing sells better than a special tax break. the city is closing dozens of schools. more struggling cities looking to follow suit. you cannot afford to miss this because you can never have too much money melissa: we want to bring you some breaking news. if you owned caterpillar, you are about to make some money. we are just getting breaking news that they won a five-year contract worth up to $633 million to supply equipment to the military, to the pentagon specifically. no sequester there for caterpillar or shareholders. you can see the stock going up. congratulations if you own it. major news and entertainment industry. this one is all about money. the word is that one jimmy fallon replaces jay leno, there will be another big change. new york wants a piece of the action and is going all-out to woo the late night talk show host. what people are rme calling t
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little cyprus is not going to be able to keep all this wonderful energy, it is too hot of a commodity. a lot of deals made. neil: we shall see, thank you very were. i just know that. this is getting old, and europeans will say, it ain't worth it. >> remember chris farley, and patrick swayze as strippers, one of the funniest saturday night live sketches ever. now, think health budget, and senate budget. see, i can have a neat parallel, not identit identical. chris and pat made me laugh, but fact that senate and house has a budget, i am telling you, it is giving me hope. you cado just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructuture, global broadband network andc, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. neil: night and day, mutt and jeff, tom and jerry, wi wile e coyotes and the road runner, you get it. the senate does not go after entitlements. the house does, and house largely leaves defense alone, senate does not, without sounding like opening of the odd couple how can different budget authors ge
. melissa: thank you for breaking it down for us. lori: nicole, you're watching the energy sector. nicole: i am, indeed. certainly jumping on an oil discovery so let's break it down a little bit. let's first focus on petroleum hating a new high of 3.5% right now, looking like an all-time high, but there could have been a pop somewhere. looks like it could have been an all-time high. the company is jumping on the news there was a discovery made in the gulf of mexico, one of the largest in the gulf, and it encountered more than 1000 feet of oil containing rocks, this is a big deal, and there are other partners in this well. a 30% stake in the well, conoco phillips. marathon oil has a 10% stake. all of these names are up year-to-date and are all winners today. back to you. lori: thanks. melissa: the cyber threat putting down banks in south korea. lori: at closer to today's decision from the federal reserve, a fed watcher wants to know if ben bernanke's plan is to get out of all of the stimulus. let's check the dollar ahead of the fed, see how it is faring today. approaching yet another record,
, united technologies and chevron, one. energy names. this is why oil prices were kind of flat. chevron up 85 cents. parker hannifin at a new high. so close with the dow. but we're up to 14 house, 507. lauren simonetti and david asman through the next hour david: very interesting, cheryl. good to see you lauren. lauren: hi. david: we have wayne angell. we have ron paul. of course his encounters with ben bernanke were legendary, historic. we'll talk to them coming up very shortly. lauren: it will be hard to get answers today because the fed is stuck in this really tough positions. we have to it figure out how to jump-start the economy, not just the stock market. let's go to nicole petallides at new york stock exchange. david: let's start, nicole. we start with fedex it was an extraordinary run-up. it was in the $100 range. it pulls back quite a bit. this is the biggest pullback since 2011? >> certainly is, the biggest pull back since 2011. concerns globally and also going to cut down what they're shipping over it asia. lauren: how is oracle looking ahead of their earnings release, nicole? >
's unemployment insurance, energy costs, costs of gas, food costs, and the margins are shrinks and shrinking and shrinking, and to raise the minimum wage, these are entry level positions, not meant to be there forever, so the -- the fact that you are going to try to put more people out of business, you have to understand that there's a balance that needs to be made, and i don't think that was taken into account. neil: i have to ask about one of the issues of balance discussed of like a lower training wage, in other words, go to mcdonald's, burger king, whatever, starting out, you have a lower wage than some of the people who have been there a little longer. is that a middle ground? >> you need a full, fair, and open discussion with businesses at the tame. what happens in washington -- neil: they never want to raise wages? >> that's not true. they want quality workers and have incentives whether it's through perks, health memberships, you know, trips, whatever they are going to keep people there, i have found, in my state, we have, obviously, a higher wage than the national average. we want t
activity damp ened prospects for energy demand in the region. oil fell $1.05 to $92.45 a barrel. adam: but the sequester, sound like a bad movie, the sequester, those cuts have only just started and this week disappointing growth figures from global giants, fedex, caterpillar, they're telling a different story. so how long will what a lot of people think is a recovery, how long will it last? jeffrey cleveland, payden & regal senior economist. simply, how long can it last, jeffrey? >> i think it can go on for quite some time, adam. recession risk is very low for the u.s. economy despite some of the things going on a global basis. if i can i would point to two big indicators for you. today's data on employment -- ish initial claims for unemployment benefits. >> there you go. adam: it is a mouthful, trust me. >> the four-week moving average now is at its lowest level since february of 2008. so it's not, it is not pointing in any way toward as pickup in layoffs. layoffs are very low right now. that should make us comfortable on the recession outlook front. and other one --. sandra: when y
theme. look at areas like the energy ren sons and industry and second source benefiting from the return. the u.s. is a energy exporter. >> what about the banks? liz macdonald said, morgan stanley came out and said they broke a cardinal your rule in europe when they said we'll tax your deposits. that makes our banking sector look bet exdoesn't it? >> you may see deposits flow into the u.s. you've seen some flow into gold as universal safe haven. the u.s. banking system looks more attractive given all the capital that backs it up. we haven't broken the rules. we hit bondholders rather than depositers. tracy: god willing we don't break the rules. jeff, thanks for being with us. adam:. >> thanks for having me on. adam: we'll keep talking about your money. we'll head to asia. first stop for china for treasury secretary jack lew. what exactly will his troop do for the u.s. relationship with beijing and will your investments suffer because of it. tracy: as adam mentioned much more on the cyprus money grab. could it happen here in the united states? no surprise, judge andrew napolitano has an o
my mom. she lives in alabama. tell her i said hi. [ laughter ] charles: walter energy. this has been an absolute disaster for me. i think this stock is so oversold. it is a coldplay. you need a winter to need it. then we had the epa. even though prices have been down, not to the degree. this stock -- connell: is this argument that you are making this morning different? something changed or at some point? charles: great question. love the way it has been acting. it has made a nice move all the way up to $40. even if it is just a double bottom, viewers can probably make a really good trade. prices are starting to turn around. really high quality stuff. either you can get a trade out of this, longer-term, i think this stock would be grand. good thing is, we are both young. dagen: pray for cold weather. connell: thanks. this speaks volumes in some ways to the u.s. jobs market. a new report is out for the year 2020. 40% of us will not be working full time. we will be working as freelancers. dagen: the cyber threat. small businesses are the most vulnerable. a lawmaker is here to tell us ho
of energy benchmarks fo using taxpayer moy and guarantees? we ought to know. stuart: they have $197 million worth of loans they could dip into, but they did not dip into yet but they have dipped into $58 million worth of loans from the state of oregon so they are taking taxpayer money. charles: every time the president talked about this, he talked about the urgency because of the race we are in with china. here is china's new president, his first international visit to russia. why? to finish this pipeline. they left their biggest solar company to file bankruptcy. they're going to give them 68 billion cubic meters of gas every year for 30 years, they are nailing it down. china is building solar panels. the whole thing is a lie. stuart: the largest solar panel company in the world today in bankruptcy. charles: the first trip they went on was to secure a pipeline for natural gas. think about that. stuart: the "highlight reel" is next . but we can still help you see your big picture. with the fidelity guided portfolio summary, you choose which accounts to track and use fidelity's analytics to s
, especially in the energy complicate. we're celebrating when oil popped above $95 a barrel. forget about that. now we're knocking on the door of below 94. a huge move on concerns about how stable this bailout really is going to be and what it means for the rest of the euro zone. where you can really see that stress is if you look at the w.t.i. versus the european brent group. that continues to come in dramatically at the tightest level since last july. the reason why? they're concerned about growth in europe, safe haven here in the united states so you're going to see the united states crude obviously do a little better. but the good news is that dropping crude is going to help the gasoline prices, a big selloff right now in our heating oil right now taking it on the chin, down $1.40 on gasoline. there's some good news in the cyprus selloff, so to speak. back to you. sandra: thank you very much. dennis: it is time to make money with charles payne. this hour he's talking about the cyprus bailout and the fear of contagion elsewhere. >> not going to make any money off this but i wanted to talk m
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